How Midsize Enterprises Can Leverage IAM and Fraud Detection
The Identity and Access Management IT practice is very broad in its scope. It encompasses identity onboarding, administration, authorization, governance and analytics. Therefore, IAM practice helps in both maintaining administrative efficiency and identity security
Typically, large organizations have multiple departments to look after various IAM functions. However, mid-size organization often have to tread a balance between resources and funds. Too much focus on either administrative functions or security functions could impact the effectiveness of IAM adoption.
In the report. ‘How Midsize Enterprise can leverage IAM and Fraud Detection’ Gartner’s Kevin Kampman talks about a list of useful IAM practices that any midsize organization must adopt for ensuring robust identity administration and governance.
Moreover, the report, what we believe shows that Privileged Access Management is a critical component in the Identity and Access Management space. The technology enables the security and risk management team to govern every privileged identity that interacts with critical systems. Privileged Access Management also ensures authorization, privilege elevation, granular control and analytics of every access to systems along with credentials management. Besides, this function of IAM strengthens Network Access Security, a must in today’s ‘New Normal’ of the work environment where to a large extent access to systems happens remotely.
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Gartner, How Midsize Enterprises Can Leverage IAM and Fraud Detection, 18 August 2020, Kevin Kampman
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